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Am J Psychiatry 2002;159:514-a-514.
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In the article "Antipsychotic Medication Adherence: Is There a Difference Between Typical and Atypical Agents?," by Christian R. Dolder, Pharm.D., et al. (January 2002; 159:103–108), the fourth sentence in the third paragraph of the Data Collection section (p. 104) should read, "Fills obtained within a period equivalent to 80%–120% of the period covered by the previous prescription were considered adherent (19, 32)."

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